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Pain in chest muscle
I'm from Bangalore, and from last 2 yrs I have pain in left side of chest and left hand... I took all cardio reports last week like ecg, 2d echo and thread mill , all blood reports for liver and kidney and thyroid and cholesterol is normal....all are normal... Someone suggested to visit physio so.... I went to one physio problem and he pressed on the left chest muscle yesterday and it's aching now... And I got inflammation too... Pl help to find the right treatment and right diagnosis... Thks
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Consultation with a orthopaedic surgeon is advisable
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Would like to discuss in details and provide apt solution. Kindly consult.
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Musculoskeletal problems are more common then heart issues. Did you get an X-ray Chest done? Share complete medical records first.
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Mostly muscular pain
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Consult chest physician
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It's may be soft tissue related/ pulmonary  problem.
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please consult me on practo or whatsapp number
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It could be musculoskeletal pain
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